Featured Publications

September 2018 Oceanography

Special Issue on Mathematical Aspects of Physical Oceanography

June 2018 Oceanography

Special Issue on Ocean Warming

March 2018 Oceanography

Special Issue on the Ocean Observatories Initiative

New Frontiers in Ocean Exploration

The E/V Nautilus, NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer, and R/V Falkor 2017 Field Season

Education and Public Outreach

A Guide for Scientists

Scientifically Speaking

Tips for Preparing and Delivering Scientific Talks and Using Visual Aids

Oceanography Student News

All the Latest TOS Related News, Resources, and Career Tips

TOS Newsletter

November 5, 2018
1. Message from TOS president, Alan Mix
2. Student Membership Renewal Process
3. September issue of Oceanography now online
4. Science Communication Survey
5. Visit the TOS Booth (#518) at AGU Fall Meeting
6. Ocean Community News
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Oceanography Student News

This free monthly newsletter includes a column from the TOS Student Rep, the most current info on oceanography student resources and opportunities, profiles of TOS student subcommittee members, and links to career profiles of non-academic oceanographers. 

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TOS COUNCIL ELECTION – VOTING IS NOW OPEN!

TOS members are invited to vote for new Council Members. The Oceanography Society thanks the following Council members for their time, dedication, concern and valuable contributions to the organization. Alan Mix (current President) moves to the position of Past President, and Susan Lozier (Past president), Dennis McGillicuddy (At-Large), Richard Murray (Geological Oceanography) and Stefanie Mack (Student Representative) will rotate off of the Council. Biographical sketches for all candidates are available here. TOS members received an email message on December 1 with instructions on how to vote using the web-based system; all votes must be cast by January 31, 2019. Please contact Jenny Ramarui with any questions.

SEPTEMBER SPECIAL ISSUE ON MATHEMATICAL ASPECTS OF PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY

The September issue of Oceanography on Mathematical Aspects of Physical Oceanography is now online. The issue can be viewed here.

2018 JERLOV AWARD

The Oceanography Society is pleased to announce that Dr. Annick Bricaud has been selected as the 2018 recipient of The Nils Gunnar Jerlov Award recognizing her contributions to the advancement of our knowledge of the nature and consequences of light in the ocean. Learn more.

JUNE SPECIAL ISSUE ON OCEAN WARMING

The June issue of Oceanography on ocean warming has been posted. Please note that a few more articles are still coming! The issue can be viewed here.

STUDENT MEMBERSHIP IS FREE!

Nurturing the next generation of scientists is crucially important to the future of oceanography. To support this need, The Oceanography Society has made membership available free for students enrolled at the graduate or undergraduate level.  Join Now!

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2017/2018 Awards and Honors


Jerlov Award
Annick Bricaud
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TOS Fellow
James N. Moum
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Munk Award
Andone C. Lavery
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TOS Fellow
Heidi M. Sosik
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TOS Fellow
D. James Baker
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TOS Fellow
Stanley Wilson
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TOS Fellow
James R. Ledwell
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Important Deadlines

TOS Fellow Nominations 
October 31, 2018

The Munk Award 
March 31, 2019

Upcoming Conferences

13th International Conference on Paleoceanography
September 1–6, 2019

OceanObs’19
September 16–20, 2019

2020 Ocean Sciences Meeting
February 16–21, 2020

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